As the new year begins we’ve rounded up a list of reasons why we are staying hopeful for the planet this year.
As things are beginning to wind down as the end of the year looms ever closer we’re reflecting on what the Christmas break will look like.
We know things look a little different this year and this is going to be a Christmas like no other. In the office we’ve been exploring how this year, it feels like Christmas has gone back to its roots – it’s a time when we can pause, reflect and reconnect with our loved ones.
We are constantly looking at all areas of our agency and how we can continue to improve, be the best we can be and ensure that we always put people and the planet first.
From our social media feeds to our breaking news updates, every day we’re bombarded with the devastating effects of the climate crisis. Floods, fires, drought, biodiversity loss…these would be heavy at the best of times, let alone in the middle of a global pandemic.
What… it’s September?! We’re not sure how on earth this has happened, we’re slowly creeping into Autumn and schools are going back to actual classrooms. If there was ever a time giving us the ‘fresh start’ feels it is the month of September.
With all this time spent at home, there’s no need to feel powerless – let’s make the best out of a bad situation and use our extra time at home for positive change.